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Sansevieria � Natural Plants that Prevent Nuclear Radiation

Posted by Stush2049 Pitts. Pa. 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 28, 12 at 17:51

The Sansevieria plants have been confirmed through researches that is anti-pollutant plant and also an antidote to radiation. Scientists found out in their researches that indicate Sanseveira is able to absorb 107 types of poisons.
Among the poisons are including toxins contained in air pollution (carbon monoxide), poison cigarettes (nicotine), and even nuclear radiation. For instance for the room area of 100m3, it�s enough to place or to grow Sansevieria Lorentii leaves of 5 pieces in order to keep the room free from pollutants.
Link to above;
Also cool link to you tube videos of Kelly's Gardens.

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RE: Sansevieria � Natural Plants that Prevent Nuclear Radiation


Sans are also found more effective than Q-ray bracelets, pajama jeans, and comfortable shoes in improving one's lot in life.

RE: Sansevieria � Natural Plants that Prevent Nuclear Radiation

I think we all heard about the NASA studies about pollution, but nuclear radiation. That I find is really something special. I don't know if sans is all along or is only one in a large group of plants. Any throughts??
Also Greg, He is a link to a lot of different sans.
click on the name and it gives details.

RE: Sansevieria � Natural Plants that Prevent Nuclear Radiation

when we get nuked I'll move all my plants inside.

RE: Sansevieria � Natural Plants that Prevent Nuclear Radiation

Up here we have a gas called radon. It is a killer. Comes from decomposing uranium ore. Sans can help out here.

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